Nvidia's news cannon is solved today and the latest information from the green team seems to release the GeForce 417.22 WHQL drivers. The new version adds support for the incoming Battlefield V update and its enhanced improvements to RTX performance. There are also some other items in the store.
Release 417.22 adds support for Rico Rodriguez fairy tales in Just Cause 4 and Nvidia Ansel and Nvidia Highlights mojo for Revolt: Sandstorm . The trolling Battle for Azeroth in World of Warcraft would like to know that the updated Nvidia driver is ready for the game's multi-threaded DirectX 1
The update has some welcome steps, primarily to show corruption on some high-resolution DisplayPort monitors when they returned from sleep. I've experienced something that fits the description with my layout, and I'd like to shadow the error away. The Nvidia control panel should now use RGB color size settings, and it should also correctly report the memory clock and data rates. Those who drive Hellblade on an RTX 2080 Ti can now experience the whole game without crashing, and Edge will no longer stop responding after video playback. Finally, the owners of the BenQ Zowie XL2730 game consoles should no longer see their monitors be answered when setting a 144Hz refresh rate.
However, some fluctuating problems remain. Mouse pointers can still be corrupted when they float over certain links in Firefox, and users can encounter random flickering when combining a G-Sync enabled screen with a non-G-Sync connected via HDMI. Those with Titan Xp SLI setup can find SLI disabled by default and there is still a mysterious problem that causes DPC monitoring errors on systems that contain motherboards with PLX chips and more GeForce GTX 1080 Tis.
GeForce Experience users should find a warning that the new driver is ready to download and install. Those who prefer a drive stick can get the new software from here. The curious can check out the release notes for themselves.